Who Supports Us
We are so grateful to all of our cheerleaders and champions. Their continued generous support, encouragement and insightful guidance is invaluable. In particular we would like to sincerely thank the following organisations:
Trinity College builds on its four-hundred-year-old tradition of scholarship to confirm its position as one of the leading universities in the world, providing a liberal environment where independence of thought is highly valued and where staff and students are nurtured as individuals and are encouraged to achieve their full potential. Trinity’s outreach activities are interwoven into the fabric of College life and, over the past four years, Bridge21 has become a key component of these activities, thanks to the support and partnership of the Trinity Access Programmes (TAP) and the Centre for Research in IT in Education. For more information about Trinity College Dublin, visit www.tcd.ie.
Suas Educational Development is an ambitious, education-focused social change organisation that supports programmes in Ireland, India & Kenya. Founded in 2002, Suas has grown quickly to become a leading mid-size organisation in development within Ireland. Like Bridge21, Suas views education as key to social transformation and that by changing education you can change the world. For more information about Suas, visit www.suas.ie.
“An outstanding showcase for a new model of education and fresh approaches to learning”
- Sean Coughlan, CEO, Social Entrepreneurs Ireland.
Social Entrepreneurs Ireland is a privately funded, not-for-profit organisation that believes that innovation and social change in Ireland will be driven by exceptional people with exceptional ideas. They have developed a support model that helps these social entrepreneurs grow their ideas from concept to reality. For more information about Social Entrepreneurs Ireland, visit www.socialentrepreneurs.ie
We are also very grateful for the generous support of the following organisations: